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, a media attention in the battle ground state and he's trying to do that president obama in nevada and the foreclosure crisis and the unemployment rate double digits and the president knows economic challenges here and hoping he'll get a little play for his message and his plans and rally and it's going to start a few moments behind me with someone with early voting starting in nevada in a couple of weeks and they feel good in the obama camp. nevada even though it's hard hit, the polls show the race very close and they think mitt romney should be far ahead with the economic message and people are hurting here. they think it's a sign that romney is not breaking through and the president is doing pretty well in nevada. >> harris: you bring up a good point. this first debate focusing on domestic policy and you talk about those tough economic issues on the ground, in nevada where you are now, it would be interesting to see just how well watched the first debate will be by those people there, thank you so much, ed henry. fox news will bring you the presidential debate live. our prime ti
is the difference between what president obama has in the health care reform law and what the ryan plan talks about, which is converting medicaid dollars to state grants, block grants which would essentially give states control over the medicide dollars an reduce dollars and potentially cut services. there'll be fewer dollars so anyone who's getting medicaid, there'll be less services available. >> of course, when you talk to the romney ryan folks, they say, look, medicaid is simile too expensive and they consider this giving states more flexibility in how they run the program. so i mean is that a bad idea at that level? >> you know, sanjay, this is a big philosophical issue. i don't anyone doesn't want to help the most in need. the there's no question about that. i don't think any republican or democrat would say we can't help these people. president obama and his health care law believes we can afford this, whatever he put into law. the republican platform so far on health care reform is we have to make duerr with less and those are -- there's no one right answer here. they're just two very diffe
in the language he has used against your country than barack obama has. >> translator: i do respect the right to free elections for the people of the united states. this is the right of the people of the united states. >> were you happy with what mitt romney said about iran? >> translator: i said that i really don't want to express any opinions, but i do believe that uni lateral behaviors and bullying behaviors in the world are coming to an end. everyone in the world must seek friendship, humanity, human values and logic. and this is something that will govern the world. >>> president ahmadinejad claims there are no homosexuals in iran. when we come back, you'll hear what he told me when i asked if he believes people are born gay. keys, keys, keys, keys, keys. ♪ well, he's not very handsome ♪ to look at [ sighs ] ♪ oh, he's shaggy ♪ and he eats like a hog [ male announcer ] the volkswagen jetta. available with advanced keyless technology. control everything from your pocket, purse, or wherever. that's the power of german engineering. ♪ that dirty, old egg-suckin' dog ♪ progresso.
ant the obama care case. that was deference to congress or not. this actually is in the constitution, section 5, not the statute, but the 14th amendment. it's referring to congress. the state's rights argument. this isn't fair to states. what else did we talk about? texas 'affirmative action. in order to avoid a finding that you have discriminated against minorities, sometimes they might have to take race into account and do a racial affirmative action. that gets some conservatives upset about this. this is kind of a perfect storm of affirmative action deferring to congress state's rights. >> can i jump in here? it's interesting, we have a powerful narrative that progress is inevitable. with respect to race, i think what we see is progress is more fitful. we have significant progress which we are seeing in the wake of the 2008 elections. since section 5 sits that that space, it recognizes we have a past of historical discrimination and congress made a judgment that problem is likely to continue, which is why the covered jurisdictions need to seek it. the second point is the coverage
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